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We’re looking at two related pieces of this:
1) For OneDrive for Business, enable shared folders to be added to the root of the OneDrive folder at all (like in OneDrive Personal).
2) For OneDrive across business and personal, enable shared folders to be placed into subfolders.
We appreciate your patience; this is significant engineering work given the architecture of the products and our diverse customer base, spanning individuals to small businesses to multi-national enterprises to government agencies. We aim to address this while maintaining our industry-leading security, privacy, and compliance commitments.
Thank you for the continued feedback.
WOW!! Over a year on and no updates from MS on this! It is hard to recommend OneDrive to people over Google Drive when we have such obvious issues.
Any news on this?
It is getting rather difficult to recommend OneDrive to people. Anyone who has used dropbox or google drive just expects this to work.
Any news from the OneDrive team?
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We announced differential sync at the SharePoint Conference in May. We’ve already rolled it out to our OneDrive personal users and plan to roll it out to the rest of our users by end of this year. See this blog post for more details: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-OneDrive-Blog/OneDrive-announcements-SharePoint-Conference-2019/ba-p/616047.
Another uservoice hoping to get someone somewhere to listen!! https://word.uservoice.com/forums/271331-word-online/suggestions/9498084-fix-the-poor-view-quality-especially-affecting-lar
Another uservoice request on the same issue: https://onedrive.uservoice.com/forums/262982-onedrive/suggestions/7165819-please-fix-the-onedrive-pdf-viewing-problem
Is this even a OneDrive question? or related on Excel Online? Are these different teams?
Same here. I'm desperately trying to move our organisation to OneDrive, but areas like this where OneDrive is definitively behind competition make that decision untenable.